Nikon Z30 an ideal backup and travel camera

I have just got a Nikon Z30 to use as a backup camera to the Z6. I took the z30 for a quick spin around the coast of South Devon, not a lot I can say other than it does what I intended it to do, pictures straight out of camera seem good as does video quality (see below)

Sample Video Footage from Nikon Z30

In the video below, I will show you some sample footage from the Nikon Z30 camera in this video. This camera is an excellent option if you’re looking for a high-quality digital camera that’s easy to use. I upgraded my vlogging camera from a Sony ZV1 to a new Nikon Z30 body targeted at content creators. The three main reasons to upgrade to the Z30 were the bigger sensor and the number of Nikon mirrorless Z mount lenses I already own. Thirdly I couldn’t stand the ergonomics of the ZV1. I took the Nikon Z30 to Bigbury on Sea to film some 4k test footage. I used the Neutral colour profile and the Nikon Z 14-30mm lens. Also, I just needed an excuse to go to the beach. This isn’t a z30 review, as there are plenty of reviews out there, but straight away, the video quality is pretty good. However, some of the footage was soft and out of focus. I thought I wouldn’t need an EVF and could just manage with a flippy screen; I suspect if I had an EVF, I would have seen some clips out of focus and corrected it there and then. Overall I am very impressed with the high quality of the Nikon Z30 footage and look forward to using it as a travel and vlogging camera. Kit Nikon Z30 mirrorless Camera Nikon Z 14-30mm Lens Edited in DaVinci Resolve Music Epidemic sound